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  • "There was hope inside of me and it burst" - SkateMD skateboard therapy program helps autistic teen

    Preston Rogers, a 15-year-old autistic boy, described his experience taking part in SkateMD, a program that uses skateboarding to teach disabled kids life and skateboarding skills. "There was hope inside of me and it burst," he said.

Preston Rogers, a 15-year-old autistic boy, described his experience taking part in SkateMD, a program that uses skateboarding to teach disabled kids life and skateboarding skills. "There was hope inside of me and it burst," he said. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee
Preston Rogers, a 15-year-old autistic boy, described his experience taking part in SkateMD, a program that uses skateboarding to teach disabled kids life and skateboarding skills. "There was hope inside of me and it burst," he said. Hector Amezcua The Sacramento Bee

Skateboard clinic teaches kids with disabilities life – and shredding – skills

June 20, 2016 10:00 AM

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